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Lydia's Impatient Sisters

Hardback|Nov 1995
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"What did it mean for women to become Christians during the formative years of Christianity? What implications did this conversion have for women in their relationships, in everyday life, and in their view of the future? Theologian and social historian...


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"What did it mean for women to become Christians during the formative years of Christianity? What implications did this conversion have for women in their relationships, in everyday life, and in their view of the future? Theologian and social historian Luise Schottroff asks these questions as she investigates the world of the first Christian women. In particular, she looks at the immeasurable influence that women had on the common life of the first Christian communities despite the struggles they endured under patriarchal domination." "This book represents a significant step forward in the understanding of women in the New Testament and the early church."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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In this intriguing study, theologian and social historian Schottroff investigates the world of the first Christian women. In particular, she looks at the immeasurable influence that women had on the common life of the first Christian communities despite the struggles they endured under patriarchal domination.
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Luise Schottroff

Luise Schottroff teaches New Testament and feminist theology at the University of Kassel in Germany, and is the author of numerous books and articles, including "Let the Oppressed Go Free" (WJK).

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